A new East Aurora business is teaching local children ages 5-10 about science, technology and engineering mathematics through Lego brick model building. Bricks 4 Kidz opened locally in March and is one of over 500 franchises worldwide.
The relationship between the Marilla town supervisor and the town's highway superintendent has become strained since January, with the two men struggling to reach a common accord.
Jessica Bartolini opened Aurora Acupuncture in January of this year with the goal of providing effective, affordable, quality acupuncture treatments to local residents. Now, she's holding an open house event over the course of the next week to show the community just what the Main Street practice is all about, which is “community acupuncture”—treatments are delivered in a common area, rather than in private treatment rooms.
Mother’s Day is May 11 this year, and the Kiwanis Club of Marilla will again sell a variety of related items to provide funds for community projects and student scholarships.
Two Team American Rocketry Challenge (TARC) teams from East Aurora's Immaculate Conception School received some very welcome news this weekend—they've made the cut to compete in the program's national finals, to be held May 10 in Washington, D.C.
The late Sarah Oubre was someone you remembered, according to those closest to her. The East Aurora resident died in 2011 at the age of 29, but "her love of life and love for others is a lesson everyone who knew Sarah will carry with them all their lives," her father, Jim, said in her obituary.
In his second official archery competition earlier this year, Holland fifth-grader Daniel Hoffman showed what an additional year of focus and practice can accomplish.